November 2017 Archives

Louisiana criminal defense: Man accused of assaulting 2 officers

Police in Louisiana arrested a man who allegedly assaulted two of their own. This incident is said to have taken place near the end of November in Jefferson Parish. The accused is now facing serious charges and deserves the best criminal defense available to him.

What is embezzlement and what are the consequences?

With every type of criminal case, there are certain elements that must exist in order for a prosecuting attorney to prove a particular case and obtain a conviction. This week's column will go over the ins and out of embezzlement -- a very common in crime in Louisiana and elsewhere. It will also address the elements needed in order for one to be convicted.

Louisiana man facing DUI and other serious charges

A Louisiana man was out Halloween night with three children in his car when he was pulled over by police for speeding. This traffic stop ultimately ended with the driver being arrested and charged with DUI, child endangerment and various other charges. The consequences for these charges can be quite severe.

DUI: The last thing you need as the holiday season approaches

Many Louisiana residents have already begun creating their guest lists and planning their menus for the upcoming holiday season. Whether you're an early planner or one who tends to wait to the last minute to get things done, the one thing you don't need is to face legal problems before the holidays get underway. If you enjoy imbibing a drink or two when you're kicking back for a night out with your spouse or friends, you may want to research various practical tips for avoiding DUI.

A felony charge may follow a hit and run

When an auto accident happens, the driver deemed responsible is required to stop. This is according to the laws of Louisiana. However, not everyone does stop. Their reasons are their own, but failing to remain at the scene makes it a hit-and-run situation. This can result in a felony charge.

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